Car Insurance Reform Could Negatively Impact Rural Residents

Car Insurance Reform Could Negatively Impact Rural Residents

Shannon Perkins, a Hancock, Mich., native with lasting injuries from an auto accident, warns that the reforms passed for auto insurance come with a price. Michigan has become a leader in treating traumatic brain injuries in medical facilities because of the higher payments that accompany lower premiums.

Pilot Programs Underway to Improve TRICARE

Pilot Programs Underway to Improve TRICARE

TRICARE uses pilot projects and demonstration projects to test innovations that could become part of its program. They can include improvements to TRICARE coverage policies or changes to how the program is administered.

San Diego Vets Could Lose Housing Funds

San Diego Vets Could Lose Housing Funds

Nearly two dozen veteran students will lose about two-thirds of their housing funds because the California Institute of Arts & Technology (CIAT), where they are enrolled, will no longer be having classes in person.

The Number of Banks in the U.S. is Dwindling

The Number of Banks in the U.S. is Dwindling

In the United States, there were 30,456 banks in 1921, but there were only 4,377 at the end of 2020, a drop of 86%, reports William R. Emmons, the Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis' assistant vice president and chief economist in the Supervision Division.

This is the Best Month to Buy a New Car

This is the Best Month to Buy a New Car

This might be the perfect time to buy a new vehicle. Despite the temptation to put off making plans until after the holiday rush, it is time to move forward again and stop depending on the holiday deals to get you in.